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its decision. >>> the governments of japan and china are trying to repair their countries' tattered relations. high-ranking officials from both sides have agreed to work together to promote mutual trust and respect. things soured last september after a chinese trawler collided with japanese coast guard ships near the senkaku islands in the east china sea. japanese vice foreign minister ken-ichiro sas aechlt and chinese vice foreign minister zhang jijun met on monday in tokyo. it's the first time this kind of meeting has happened since june 2009. they agreed this year will be important because next year marks the 40th anniversary of the normalization of diplomatic ties between their two nations. they also said their two governments would try to encourage harmony between their citizens. sasae reportedly told the chinese side the senkaku islands are an integral part of japan and there is no territorial issue between the two countries. it's also believed he proposed to resume stalled negotiations on the joint development of a gas field in the east china sea. zhang later told reporters t
've antagonized the u.s., they've antagonized india, they've antagonized japan, they've antagonized vietnam. >> rose: right. >> so this hubris is not good for china. >> rose: and it causes people to reach out and say "what kind of relationships and alliance cans i form"? >> exactly. what we're definitely seeing in the 21st century is the rise of asia, but it could be called the recovery of asia. in 1800, asia was basically half the world's population, half the world's product. by 1900 still half the world's population, 20% of the world's product. in this century we're going to see asia return to a normal proportion. starts wh a japan in the last century, korea, the so-called smaller asian tigers, now it's china. another ten years or so it will be focused on india. this is normal and we have to learn how to deal with it. the good news about this is we have time to deal with it. unlike britain where germany... the rise of germany created fear of britain that led to world war i. germany had passed britain by 1900. we still have... there's another 20 years or so before china catches up with us,
-- >> same pattern. >> reporter: this one is from korea. >> china. >> reporter: and the plate was from japan. >> yes. >> reporter: is there anything made in america on this table? >> does not appear to be. >> reporter: hey, landon. even the children's rooms. what about your texas hat here? >> let's see. bangladesh. >> reporter: so this is your room, huh, and little ellis and her prized american girl dolls. right there, what does it say made in -- >> china. >> reporter: ellis is checking her living room. what about barbies. where is your couch made from? >> right here, see. >> reporter: china. you might laugh, but in the 1960s, 9 out of every 10 products americans bought were made in america. today more than half of what we buy is foreign made. so we wondered, could the useries manage without any foreign made products at all? so we're going you if you would leave your own house in our hands, and they did. >> bye, david. >> reporter: you're really going to leave me with your house. >> it's all yours. >> reporter: take one last look. just me and the dog left. but as the useries drove away, they
is bigger than that of china, japan and germany combined. we are in a situation where a hearing in the united states of america the median income is close to $50,000. in china, its $4,500. we wish them better, but just to put this in perspective, it's important to know where we stand now, the platform from which we now offer eight, and why if we do the right things we have an overwhelming prospect, an overwhelming prospect, to not only recover here in the united states, but leading the world in the 21st century. the man i'm about to introduce to you shares your view. americans have never settled for number two, literally. this is not hyperbole. it's not one of these chauvinistic things. we what other nations to do well, we will do better if they do well. but we are not -- we are not prepared, nor are you, to settle for being number two in anything. and so, folks, that's why we've laid out -- the president has laid out in his state of the union speech the need for us to innovate. we have the most innovative economy in the world. we have the freest of the free enterprise systems.
from the west, and it is going to be a wet and picture across much of japan. northern sections will be seeing snow as well. nofothe korean peninsula, southern sections were seeing a little bit of rain and snow thi. things are going to be looking a lotdryer. same goes for much of china as well. in the south this e scattered showers in place, but that is algoing to b drying out as well. now, for the philippines southern sections have bee lot . that's spreading across the country today, even northe islands picking up a couple showers throughout the day.dign manila. for bangkok. a couple thundershowers for you here. 25 inong kong and 7 in shanghai. 5 for seoul. and 10 degrees in tokyo. with the rain this afternoon it's likely going to feel pretty chilly. and overowan, picking up quite a bit of rain here across northern ily -- or rather australia and in toward western australia here. alki at a very lows. well-developed low that is he heading in toward new zealand fit a t rain for australia, some heavy rain spots showing up across the gulf of stlienteria and also western here expec
pitcher. but he was just vern glenn--[laughter] and the big rock star. from japan. and, reporters? >> 35, i would say if least 40 of the japanese media alone. and the rest of us circling and following him. and this is an everyday occurrence. unbelievable! >> absolutely. >> and that is pretty good. >> and i would be interested to see if the agent can even buy tickets. >> of vern, thank you. and the special is coming. see you 11. [ female announcer ] shopping with nutrition in mind shouldn't be hard work or cost more money. now there's simple nutrition, only at safeway. green tags throughout the store call out what matters most to you. ♪ there are 22 different nutritional benefits highlighted. ♪ and with our low prices, now safeway makes bringing home the right choices easier than ever. that's simple nutrition. ♪ that's ingredients for life. safeway. >>> "the insider's" oscars special. i'm lara spencer. >> and i'm chris jacobs. >>> "the insider" is on. >>> exclusive. ♪ >> the cameras caught inside "vanity fair's" oscar after-party. >> how did it feel singing up there tonight? >> in
in my life. just got back from a trip to japan. we already need to focus again on our economic security and cultural relations in asia. >> could we've achieved the political ambitions of the previous administration after 9-11 without going to war in afghanistan, could we have gone after effectively al qaeda without going into afghanistan, for example? >> first of all, i am one of those that strongly believes that the invasion of iraq was a strategic blunder. and it took our eye off the way we could have been dealing with situations in a number of other places. i was in afghanistan as a journalist in '04. spent most of my time with a marine corps unit there, and the way they were handling the situation i think was the way we should be doing it. they were a maneuver force. they were out taking on the elements of the extremist taliban and al qaeda. but the question becomes these larger scale occupations and the political objectives that they have. and i think secretary gates is correct in saying that in the future, there are probably better ways to do that. >> do you think the message -- i
korea. >> china. >> reporter: and the plate was from japan. >> yes. >> reporter: is there anything made in america on this table? >> does not appear to be that way. >> reporter: hey, landon -- even the children's rooms. what about your texas hat here? >> let's see. bangladesh. >> reporter: so, this is your room. little ellis and her prized american girl dolls. right there, what does it say? made in -- >> china. >> reporter: she saw us checking her parents' living rooms. what about barbies. where is your couch made from? >> see, right here. >> reporter: china. you might laugh but in the 1960s nine out of every ten products americans bought were made in america. today half of what we buy is foreign made. we wondered, could they manage without any foreign-made products at all? so, we're going to ask you if you would leave your own house in our hands. and they did. >> bye, david. >> reporter: you're really going to leave me with your house? >> it's all yours. >> reporter: take one last look. just me and the dog left. as they drove away, they had no idea what they had already learned was jus
and japan the american model. we should have learned by now that the path to democracy in the middle east is more likely to be uniquely middle eastern. the original marshall plan was paid for mostly by united states taxpayers. money for this new plan should come from around the world, mostly from private gifts. the first marshall plan was used mostly for purchase of goods from the united states. today those goods would be purchased from around the world. what are the next steps? first, a coalition of foundations should step forward and announce its willingness to consider proposals from egypt and other middle eastern countries that would assist a transition to a more democratic form of government. second, the first grant should be quickly approved, probably to nongovernmental organizations already in place. the original marshall plan moved slowly. in this age of instant communication, freedom fighters expect immediate results. some evidence of improvement in their lives could help sustain a movement toward democracy against the lure of militant islam. an early state department memorandum
in the world to own the the 21st century economically. our gdp is greater than china, germany, and japan combined. the median income is close to $50,000. in china, it is $4,500. we wish them better, but to put it in perspective, it is important to know where we stand now, the platform from which we now operate and why, if we do the right things, we have an overwhelming prospect to not only recover here in united states but to lead the world and the 21st century. the man i am about to introduce to your shares your view. americans have never settle for number two, literally. this is not hyperbole. we want other nations to do well, we will do better if they do well, but we are not prepared, nor are you, to settle for being number two and anything. folks, that is why we laid out, the president has laid out in his state of the union speech the need for us to innovate. we have the most innovative the economy in the world. we of the freest of free enterprise systems. we know what we are doing. we want to unleash the free enterprise system. we also know we cannot rank tied with five nations for
, to own the 21st century economically. our gdp is bigger than that of china, japan, and germany combined. in the united states, the median income is close to $50,000. in china, it is $4,500. we wish them better. but to put this in perspective, it is an important know where we are come up the platform from which we now operate, and why if we do the right things we have an overwhelming prospect of not only recovery here in the united states, but leading the world in the 21st century. the man i'm about to introduce to you shares your view. americans have never settled for number two. literally. this is not hyperbole. it is not one of these chauvinistic things. we want other nations to do well and we will do better if they do well. but we are not prepared, nor are you, to settle for being number two in anything. that is why we have laid out of -- the president has laid out in his state of the union speech the need for us to innovate. we have the most innovative economy in the world. if we have the freest of free- enterprise systems. we want to one least the free enterprise system. we also kn
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